Slip and oxides, low relief. still a pot though. The forms may start to emerge as 3D forms, not a pot. Later.
Donna Haraway a recent discovery. Wonderfully inspiring.
Persephone and Dionysus perhaps…
The sketch book I made last year is more relevant now in this work. It is only simple imagery from my head, unlike life studies I continue with to keep my hand and eye involved in the world around. The […]
Nearly all unfired clay. So oxides (mainly copper or cobalt) not showing yet, although I am preferring the simplicity of white form, and will use only oxides to define the marks and potential words (names of pears and apples) for […]
Natural materials, and processes reveal a truth in the physical properties of the materials. Clay has a tendency to become functional and decorative in the purpose which I like but sometimes I prefer just the sculptural form. and there are so […]
Seeing some work together
Following the exhibition I agreed with Isabella Della Ragione (http://www.archeologiaarborea.org/en/) that I would make some work that she could use for her on-going displays. So I visited her orchard and house several times to draw and absorb, and it feels […]
July was an enjoyable opportunity to show some work at Arte. A lovely tall spacious Gallery that once belonged to the church works by exchange and community ideas. Now run by Daniella and her team of volunteers who are all […]